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Episode 27: What’s So Special About Renal Pathology

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
In his final episode of Principles of Pathology, Dr. Silva explains why renal pathology is special.   Many thanks to Dr. Silva for always teaching and sharing knowledge of renal pathology. While being a pillar in this industry, his wisdom has advanced the understanding of renal disease throughout many decades. As numerous as the accolades in his career, so are the physicians he has taught and inspired.  

Episode 25: Keep Good Company

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
In this episode, Dr. Silva recalls a time when Dr. Heptinstall extensively critiqued one of the first chapters Dr. Silva had written for their book and was eventually reminded of why he was so tough. The moral of the story: Keep good company.  

Episode 24: Knowing Who Is In The Audience Part 5

What's So Special About Renal Pathology, first impressions, Keep Good Company, Stick to Your Knowledge, Never Be Afraid To Ask Questions, Making Time, How to Build A Reputation, Doing the Best You Can, Know Who Is In the Audience, Expanding the Differential Diagnosis, Knowing What Is Normal, Answer the Question, Knowing What You Know, Looking At Every Component, gestalt diagnosis, going deep, examining all the material, Lumping or Splitting, Focus, Using Therapy to Guide a Diagnosis, knowing the therapy, Severity of Change, principles of pathology, representativeness, arkana labs, renal path
Have you ever had a conversation with someone and suddenly realized they might know more about the subject than you think they do? In this episode, Dr. Silva describes how he explained IgA nephropathy to the father of IgA nephropathy, Jean Berger. It's always important to know who is in the audience.